Joel meets two Deaf thangka painters in Barkhor Bazaar, one of the oldest streets in Lhasa, Tibet. A thangka is a classical and stylized form of Nepalese and Tibetan painting, consisting of a painted picture panel surrounded by a textile mantle that is supported by scroll sticks and overlain with a silk cover. (captioned)

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